See your plants—and your yard—in a whole new light with these Color-Changing Plant Pots from Instapark.
Each plant pot contains an embedded LED light that illuminate the entire translucent base. The result is fun, inviting video, whether the planters line a walkway or sit scattered around a yard. We’re partial to classy look created by the pots that shine a soft white. For a more festive option, consider the pots that rotate from blue to red to green. LED bulbs being very efficient; the planters can shine for 20+ hours before the three AAA batteries that power the planters have to be replaced. $14.95
Seeing a can of Unicorn Meat on offer, or surreptitiously stored amongst your other canned good, will give the unsuspecting quite the shock. Though what’s inside the can is not edible and certainly does NOT look like the photo to the right. Instead, the can contains a dismembered stuffed unicorn. Check it out in the photo, before, especially before giving this canned unicorn meat to a kid (lest you inadvertently send a young’un into years of therapy).
On eBay you’ll find a huge selection of retro, vintage suitcases for sale. Typically, they are available for few dollars each—most people just want to get rid of them so they’ll stop clogging up the attic. But that’s only because they don’t know how to turn their vintage luggage into a vondrous do-it-yourself suitcase drawer dresser.
Making the dresser requires having the suitcases first. You’ll need those to measure the height of the shelves. From there, follow the instructions at ManMade.com.
You needn’t be a master brewer, experienced chemist or German to make your own beer at home. The Beer Making Kit, sold by that vondrous purveyor of cool stuff Uncommon Goods, makes home brewing simple, easy—and fun! The kit includes a 1-gallon glass fermenter, tubing and tubing clamp, airlock, thermometer, packet of sanitizer, stopper, blowoff attachment and the hops for one brew. In addition, you’ll have to buy or otherwise obtain self-closing beer bottles (such as these). Everything else you’ll need, such as pots and stirring spoons, are either common kitchen items or easily found in a grocery store.
At Quriky, all the products for sale are designed through crowdsourcing. That is, ordinary people collaborate through the Quirky website to propose product ideas, develop product designs and even create the product names and marketing tag lines. The Quirky team then finds vendors to mass-produce the final result.
It’s half past the square root of four. At least according to the Pop Quiz Math Clock from that vondrous purveyor of cool, Think Geek. Instead of using the usual numbers, this clock displays times written in faux chalk on a faux blackboard. Test assured that the clock does display the real time—even if you need a calculator to work out what it is.